Beginning a new year can mean making resolutions to better yourself. The mantra “new year, new you” resonates with people who vow to commit to new goals. But there’s something else that’s giving women a boost this new year, and it’s called “Breakup Botox.”
If you’re trying to forget about your ex while gaining a newfound confidence in your appearance, then “Breakup Botox” could be for you as well. To recover from heartbreak, many women are gaining a few simple injections of Botox to gain a fresh, flawless start. In these situations, Botox is used as a confidence and compliment booster to get right back into the dating game.
Like receiving a manicure or getting a fabulous new haircut, Botox helps repair many of these women’s self esteem after a breakup. Botox is used cosmetically to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and thus make these women look more youthful and rejuvenated. It only takes under an hour to receive treatment and there is no downtime involved.
Doctors, nurses, and medical professionals who perform Botox treatments typically earn an average of $500 per Botox client. This is all apart of the booming 10 billion dollar medical aesthetic industry. Medical professionals who perform treatments like Botox enjoy providing that burst of confidence that clients are looking for when coming in to gain a more rejuvenated appearance. However, these medical professionals must be trained and certified to inject Botox before they can begin treating clients.
National Laser Institute is the leading cosmetic medicine school in the nation that provides hands-on Botox training for medical professionals. Doctors, nurses, physicians, and other medical professionals will learn from leading experts in this field and gain hands-on training with in-demand cosmetic injectable treatments within our leading medical spa environment. In as little as a weekend, medical professionals can earn Botox certification as well as CE/CME credits in order to begin treating their own clientele.
Learn more about Botox treatments or Botox training from National Laser Institute by filling out the form on your right or by calling 800.982.6817.